Suburban Assault

Pics From Last Week’s Traffic Skills 101 Class In Richardson

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Mike Freiberger - LCI

I meant to post these last week, but I was busy with prepping for my own biking course (more to come on that). A couple of Sundays ago, we had our first – in quite some time – Bike League Traffic Skill 101 class in Richardson, Texas. The class was lead by League Cycling Instructors Mike Freiberger, Warren Casteel and Renee Jordan.

They had a great group of students with a broad range of riding experience. Their bicycles ranged from super light road bikes to incredibly long and heavy utility bikes. I was really impressed with how well all of the cyclist handle their bikes – even the big ones – through the parking lot drills. Scroll down to see a video of how well a long frame bike handles the really tight Avoidance Weave.

Here are some pics from the parking lot drills. Click here to see the rest.

Students

Scanning Drills

Scanning Drills

Dodged Rock

Quick Stop

Mike Demos The Instant Turn

Check out THIS Avoidance Weave:

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Written by dickdavid

October 8, 2012 at 7:08 am

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  1. those shots are very good :^) and, I’m glad you’re certified, now! I’m very proud.

    atomicmama68

    October 8, 2012 at 4:43 pm

  2. Nice way to spend the day, ain’t it?
    Peace :)

    Chandra

    October 8, 2012 at 8:42 pm


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